LINLEY – timeless pieces

London is an amazing city, that is a fact. For a design hunter, there is anything you could possibly wish for in one huge and cosmopolitan place. Last November I was invited to a night of art, magic and music at LINLEY’s London flagship store in Belgravia, when I had the chance to admire the…

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Rocking chairs

After a long break, The Hunter is back featuring interesting design for you. Lots of things are happening, and amongst all, the most important is that The Hunter will become a father of a baby girl in a few weeks time. Preparing for the arrival of a child is quite an experience. There are so…

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Eric Trine’s unique pieces

I started following Eric quite a while ago, when I stumbled upon his Instagram. Eric Trine started designing furniture in 2008 as a DYI hobby that has turned into a very successful brand. The Studio focuses on furniture and product design for the home and commercial clients. The design studio is based in Long Beach, California.

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Patricia Urquiola – Design

It seems that the great British weather will eventually get warmer and nicer. There is still hope. So there will be a time for barbecuing and taking one’s feet out of one’s socks. When this happens, there is nothing better than having your garden ready for it. And we need furniture to sit and enjoy…

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“Nautica” Swing chair – Mut Design

This swing is one of those pieces that you simply want to have in your garden or outdoor space. I will have my very own garden in London very soon, and so far I quite like the idea of sipping my G&T after work while rocking away in one of these.

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Gandia Blasco – Outdoor living

During my years living in Barcelona, I used to introduce some pieces from Gandia Blasco into every garden design, at least a little something. It happens everywhere that you end up seeing the same pieces in every restaurant or every hotel that you visit. And I felt like that had happened to this brand. But…

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Designing the Bar

Mad Men brought us back to the early days when gentlemen had their own bar in the office. That is a bit extreme and we shall not encourage drinking at work or drinking with no moderation. But having a nice stocked bar at home adds a bit of glamour and sophistication to our daily lives. That…

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De Castelli

As a Garden Designer, De Castelli is one of those companies from which I am always willing to use some elements to complete a design. I lived in Barcelona for a few years and I never had the chance, usually because the products are quite pricy and that put off some clients. But now in…

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Christmas shopping

Again this time of the year! And some hardcore shopping to do for many. I have to say I am more of a selective shopper and never buy something because I have to. Another key detail, expensive doesn’t mean better. Having said that, I never set foot in a shopping centre. I’d rather walk around…

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Piet Hein Eek – Dutch Design

Piet Hein Eek is a very famous Dutch designer. He is well known for using recycled materials, mostly wood, for creating quite unique pieces. It was around 4 years ago when I found out about this designer for the first time. It was at Casa Decor in Barcelona. The furniture was very well designed and…

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Platine Hotel-Paris

Paris, city of light. As a birthday present from my girlfriend I got to travel on the Eurostar to visit Paris. On my hunt for design we selected this quirky hotel very close to the Eiffel Tower (in fact 10 min walk). One of my best birthday presents so far; yes I am that lucky….

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Back in town

Back from NY and looking forward to finding innovative design. Has anyone found out about any outstanding design worth mentioning? Coming up next week: W Barcelona and The Chelsea Gardener

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